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Jan 19, 2013 6:00pm EST
-span: who was she? >> guest: well, she was diem's sister, who was the government of south vietnam at the time. c-span: referred to often as the dragon lady? >> guest: the dragon lady, yes. she represented a sort of female eastern viciousness and mystery and chicanery and betrayal and all the rest of it and they kind of focused all the animosity towards our allies in madame nhu. the audience in san diego is heavily military, as you know, and they did, as a matter of fact, side with me, which was a mistake for our relationship. it was never the same. i just never thought he was that good, quite frankly. c-span: on the back of your book, there's a lot of praise. "advance praise for 'fighting for air.'" one of them was interesting. david brinkley says, "liz trotta is one of the first, one of the best and 'fighting for air' is delightful reading." had he read the part where you said that the reason why huntley-brinkley's ratings "went south," as they say today, was because chet huntley left the broadcast? >> guest: he didn't tell me he did, but he probably did. he probably did. he had
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